A turkey vulture‘s flight feather on a ledge high above the Connecticut River: about 14 inches long and 500 feet above the water.
A drying spring puddle leaves a passing record near the West River north of Brattleboro, Vermont on a strong spring afternoon.
The full moon is caught aloft in a dark lantern atop Hogback Mountain in Marlboro, Vermont on a cool spring night.
A mature male wood turtle does his disappearing act – he’d rather be basking in the bright spring sunlight without my company. I had to agree and we parted ways peaceably.
Exclaiming underfoot: Spring is here! The sun has told us.
Alongside Putney Brook, East Putney, Vermont.
A disconcerting doberman stares from a black velvet painting. Convincing kitsch, they’ve got it.
Late nights at Arkham, Brattleboro, Vermont.
Humbly bowed heads of white and pale green, mighty against the weight of winter.
A rainbow of slate siding on the backside of the Estey Organ Company complex on Birge Steet, Brattleboro, VT. An architectural historian’s treasure trove…
First dandelions constellate at the Book Press‘s south side.
Matched to its oblique plot, a scarlet roof juts into an early spring sky in Bellows Falls, Vermont.